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FIREWORKS IN RICHMOND PADDOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

FIREWORKS IN RICHMOND PADDOCK. It is always an easy duty to. record an event which carries with it nothing but pleasantness. . Whatever annoyance may have been caused by the postponement 'of .the fireworks has been amply compensated by the exhibition furnished on 28th ult. It is impossible to compute the number of spectators assembled to witness it ; .out a conscientious guess, founded upon a careful attempt to estimate them, would pro bably reach over 40,000. This applies exclu sively to those in the paddock, and irrespective 'of .theso .were crowds oooupying many pro eminent' stations around, where views could he obtained. A night better calculated to assist the display of a pyrotechnic artist, could not be desired. It was cloudy and dark, without being either damp . or boisterous; Not a single star-ray distracted attention from the rookets or other projectiles sent up. The situation was well chosen, being such as to afford an uninterrupted view to those 'assembled on the ground.'...

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THE CHILDREN-GREETING. THURSDAY, 12TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE'|GHtti)ilEij|feBStEfiT{NG. ?. iifBa^s^mi2itES»4M.a ^^tegiyS^ eaUd^^pMpt^Jje 3ftMS& inohts for the Prince's reception they' set down a children's festival, and that they so arranged as to make it the greatest Buccess. I Unlike us in Melbourne, or our neighbors in Gcelong, they did not get a crowd of children togethor in the parching .arid, streets ^p. their, disoomfprt, rbut they., assembled thejn within thQ-f our -walls .p£n spaoious,-. cpmfprtablq..b'mid/ing,' and) tii&ve th'?J let. them pay their .dgvpirs ip tli^reprWsenta^fee brroyalty:iri;d';^annpivVecpining'itp. ihoir jrtig-1 uityavs ohildroriJra'nA^jtndir leelhigs d§ Jdnj iHtp gra}'ppivtibn.(ifbur,-cbmni'flnity. O.ifiil MS scepfes L liavo ;w|t»^?ed:9in'co tlie , arriytil of 'ins. R$s! U. Hjpjineg.ittlf '%a|' EdfnGfflgli ;iK'^ttfp impression on niy memory than tlitttr I' wit nessed in the Princo Alfred Hall this morn ing. ' ATliere' 'were ? assembled ?L'th6usana's'. of children- 5-- how- -many.- ihousands I ...

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L.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW TOWN HALL, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

3T.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH LAYING THE F 0 U N D A T I 0 N. S \O N E 0 P T H E NEW TOWN HALL, MELBOURNE.

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE REGATTA. His Royal -Jiighaoss, drossod in shooting costume, and accompanied by his Expellenoy, formally oponod tho regatta on Tuesday by wit nessing the start for tho first jaoe. ' Im mediately after wards ho mounted tho box of a drag drawn by four bays, and drove in the direction of Bar won Park, Ins suito ?following in another carriage;'-'- As he proceeded; through tlie town he was-, loudly , cheered.1 It was intended 'to'present' an hd'dresa ? ? at the' ' South'' Barwon ;'; bridge' .', frotn : the ° niuMoip'ar : dotracil.-'lmt ^ lie passed' ^''?adross!Mthbut':lialt; ' ing.' '. Tli'ejMayor 'and 'coun'oil, -iii,1 riov'wi?afnis ' o'ouraged',' followed tbe^Prjiioe and ! caught 'him at'tlie'.'W&ur2.'^.o1^dB.-.w)iererth9yi;py*esente.d the address. — - ?- ----- — ? ? ? ? ? Meanwhile the regatta proceeded. Geelong kept a close holiday, and the houses were deco rated with any quantity of bunting. The beach was densely .crowded, and the weather was all that.coUld bbrdesired.; T...

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TROWEL PRESENTED BY THE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

T R'Cf'W EL P R B-S.B'N TED BY THE CORP OR A T I O N. MANUFACTURED BY BRUSH AND MACDONNELL, FKOM A DESIGN B* B. WXIiSO]

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

WILKIE, WELCH & CO             OFFICE, 44 QUEEN-STREET,                         YARDS, 172 QUEEN STREET,                                     AUSTRALIAN AGENTS                               FOR                             &...

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RECEPTION AT GEELONG. MONDAY, 2ND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

R E OB;fejPio.Nj-A3?'GE]ilIi ONG. MpNDA,T,.'-,2NDVDE0EMBEfi. [B^oyhsPEg^i' KKpbRTjyjVi ' The seco^d.-}weok: 'i?f , hiSjPsyal'jELighneBs's sojjgurn iri; Yictori^' jliijs^' c^Qmmpnee^ cioiidy^ aV^b t flrsL A^n^^ weicbmeito'thbyTJity pf.tiie' l^p\?ti'ibrri:sehs;bv : ap^^usjasic^populacg, {ion ?gui;wxt he has lieen .met ''on the \.^iiteJs^vofvvtobi!ao. Biy'.by.y'id fjenizbns^ of '.- .ihp ^uipt'r','tpvvn.tof^iG6elbijgV;._ 'To! anyone, wlio ^itnespea tiiq-ivpp, - s^Jpiiea,'. the obntrastAvas ;BtnkinBV^n;mo',p%ce;th'e.crow:cL-,. ing|;-'and Abrosliing^bf/ ?'«n'VWu-eii'^e%jndss,'Uiif. people,'' ,wh'o liiiai.ha'rdly'rbom for thb'ir..ftlbow8 eye9/,in Uj&ydjBfanBa^b^t^ebn^a|ia^^^ ]tfelfipVirnib~V.' -iriv'the':;' bthe'iv ''k- -~f ewi thousaiuls' confrrdaafcod. .. quietly '.'-.Vpn- ? the., ..-slonSs '.ivof ift«-;iiebtiliaiv pdiffita'i'.of ''the 1i'ae.'niph;aera*ipn^ inVomnip'tEn? Mbh dtlier in1? tliej'l'eaHti , -:;:Baifc it;'' cbtftBiii-Miydly'^tliere1 .wits'- ,y$n)&A of1 ' iiifih...

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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S FETE AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

SOHdQii'- pHIIiDKEN'S FETE AT ' Prdhrdn '?was', /Kh'ansV,; jdvessed' 'iii! holiday attirejin^oelobrattptr bi: tlid jeto to the^ch^ol ohildr^^n^ld^fflr;o^n^meMbrahbn ; 'of th'e :tMit-'6f' H.R.B§&'tH&1^'u1te'v'if^ lony. ^Wlieii-tli^fiTbt ??py6p^lli6.n%vWe7Befbr;6 the c6nnwlrto-'iuii!i:e:i suita]jlii: arr'aiigomSritm'foi1 public r;eYo]i'6iti^in'''cbnneblii6ri::^ith'^t^B! visit, ?^att^Mv'.nn'ai'fm public'- tVeJCt}€d' itie'fephool'cliildl^n'; '''Th'g ,li IJer'al' subacrijiUpn'sVof Ttli'e^r'e.na ^^en £8-xihv'tM'aistnctV togetlierTwith':;-ir}'e'?fJTiiiita- ^'fwJm'^.lhe Slaceptioii OomnliaSiiitif r an'& 1-;4lie';b6rb,uph 'Couiipili'tnade' Jt an~T6U^v''mdtter''lt6/1;(prblW3b 'tlie/'leaifijefjf the great^'-aiff&altyi!be'i\ig;'!th'e -eWi-yirigvoVit' of the ar*'ang3rnen^3 with out1 nfiif seribiiH'tlraT^. back. 'AT6' p.vdvW*i'f6od1fb*-bverihre'e'teoiisa^ir ohildrenViH'4;TtB^n;'to ? Si^ Eirlbliitp^it .in^prder'/riiil JairneBsi-'ijpjieiftea' h'o'SaBy^matter.'^tif i ...

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ILLUMINATION OF FITZROY GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

ILLUMINATION OF FtSZROY GARDENS. The most attractive part *of ? the evening's programme, on Monday, 25tn-tLlt.,- waa the illumination of Fitzroy Gardeisiijand at dusk a perfect. exodus took place fraaj^fia^oity and the .suburbs of Fitzroy, Easc^jGjpluigwood, ' Jolimont and Richmond to this frayjmtb're?ort, now doubly beautified. Approa^hing^'the^&u;- dens.from the western side after^'High' WallV-th'e view was strikingly brilliant, and^ey&yp.d're'ilifc is due to the Commission for their'.Varrange-; merits in connection with this part at'ledst of the rejoicings. Thousands of variegated'rlatf{, terns were hufa'g over1 and along the '. SyalksV in all direetionjjiv; b'emg^-ihbst- skilfully V|-labe'a^ bo as to dazzle'; 'the; } eye i^ and Reheat tthej'be-1 holder into thV;b'eltef ' that 'he saw qtiadrup le the number'j\reaj[l^''pr'esented t6 ?'? his vision. Looking from thlejmain gate opposite; 'the1 pity,1 the most prominen^obje'ei; ? ?wad\ the bandr^ii'Yi lion at the othe...

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PRINCE ALFRED IN VICTORIA. THE LEYEE. TUESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

PRINCE ALFRED IN VICTORIA. THE IiBYEB. Tuesday, 26th November. His Royal Highness the Bake of Edinburgh made a state entry into the city on Tuesday, to hold a levee at the Exhibition Building. His nrooress partook of the oharaoter of on ora tion. The streets were thronged with specta tors, and the Prince was loudly oheerad as he prooeeded to and returned from the levee. The presentations were unusually numerous, and in anticipation of the rush the dpors were thrown open at an early hour. Additional pro cautions were also taken by Captain Scott, who had the marshalling of the ceremony, and a strong force of police and volunteers were in attendance te guard the approaches. But it was not without difficulty that order was kept ; and some of the barriers erected along the aisles of the grand hall were thrown down. The entrance . for gentleman was on the north Bide of .the building. Ladies secured admission on the south side, in Latrobe-streot ; and the ac doors were thrown open at half ...

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THE ILLUMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE ILLUMINATIONS. ?'. Out from: the glare'. of, a iniliioriv lights, with' eyes dazzled-^by ;Cttie i b'rilliapoy ' of .colors as' diverse ils those r'Qf^ the rainbow, with' ears' deafened -with -^hofmnvm-iir' of inany- voices, feet a-wewy, and 'body; generally 'dilapidated . wo come to describe [a. 'scene which ^certainly ?has jno parallel^ in V the history of Australasia, wliioh probably has no more-thnn a parallel in; the history Jot- the world. ' We may 'bo drunk with loyalty, but our drunkenness takes to it self ! a very-; pleasant form sometimes. It could clothe itself in no -' brighter -colors .' than it did on Tuesday night. If it tried' ever so hard it could not show 'itself ' more vividly, or apeak so strongly to ; the - senses. It was written en every wall, pictured ' from every window, reflected in the smiling, jocund faces of many thousands. To those who are familiar with Melbourne in its work a-day attire, the sight was a marvellous one ; to those who know not Melbourn...

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THE LATE PETER SNOD GRASS ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

(THE LATBuPBTBR; SNODORASSv-ESQV i: ^Wfl- regret .tq.have to i announce, th.e, death) of Mr peter^SnodgrassilcwhomiWje-.^ustjjo.Wfde-; scribe-as.;the.late memb.efjfQr,,&iupalIjimd.;. He diedon25thinst., at kisl^a.iden_-;e;.South;Yiirra', of aneturism^bf ihadlieai't.anltsis long since, itlujrehas ^been'-. suoh:i» au^ j.'awiul-,-, instance ^of yuddenu4ea% .piong8t,j(9U^1pub4p mW/Vx-MR .^lLndgras^.w^as ir^-j-ljis pjace.^in ,tj|.e,vIiegislati^.e' Assembly on Mdndny^ apparently iii'the jphjoy1-' mt)nt;o¥p:erfecir;liea:lth^av-Hecrwas' tKe'^sbn'^df Goldnel'Kerinefch' ^SHodgrifsir 'fdr^a-liinE'^'bBftiori' senionSfiioer an. command ;3f Uie- .troops,-. an.d as j suchJi!pej|or^n.ojliithe.t1dutiesc.of p.Qffipei; :A^: .minis^ering^the; ^Go v.ejnmgnti..on more ,tban p^e joccasion, b6th..inl-NegrrSouQf Wales and xas ina'mBjf'^'Mr' 'Pete[P'S'Q^y^a8S-'';&isfin|^tt]§Ked' h'imsolfj'wBilea'mereladjin-th'e capture- of- tlie ti,t-sfct:biiiid of busliraugerstthutiiavkged.Eort. Phillip ; an...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE MONTH. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh has now been here three -weeks, and during that time he has been busy enough receiving thfl homage which is'naid to him as the nersoni flcation of Royalty. At Melbourne there was, besides the publio reception on a groat soale, an illumination, a levee, on agricultural show, a state ball, the laying of a foundation stone, a free banquet, and races ; at G-eelong, an illumination, a ball, a free banquet, and| a regatta ; while at Ballarat the round ef cere monials and festivities was- varied with' visits to one or two of the richest gold mines : and the .process has 'been repeated at Castlemaine and Sandhurst. ' Our enthusiasm has been great ; perhaps it would have been more ac ceptable had it been tempered at times by a little more consideration for the object of it. These ovations, however, notwithstanding their boredom, must have afforded the Prince pretty fair opportunities of ac quiring some knowledge of the colony. There is scar...

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EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

EXTKAOBpIftAittf - OUTJttAGE IN . A serious distuvbai) ce, resulting in loss of life; 'look ^^ place : on *27tti ''nit;'; at tho'Proiestant Hall,. Steplien-streeti : 'Theuffon{;T- of ^tlio7' liSU Uad 'ueen1' 8ec6raiied': witfi'-alarko:'iranspftrenoy;'-in: . h'onor.of the visit of'H^R^HfiheD'uM ofEdin-; ? burgn'.Ttxepresented William' th'e Tliird oro'ssihg iho Boyne:,'witK! Britannia 'on ono'Siddi and ;tiie 'inott'oi'J'|:Th'i8[; we' will' maintain;' 'i)n;tho left ^side'. '; tiio. exhibition ;6f iyan' illuuiination'1 of 'such'a'.'d^ciSeS 'party' character 'was- generally ' ;condeinned.'f as '_? I-oi3§''-' in'^ very1 'bail/ tasto'-'and l'ifkoly''iS provoko'_'tli'e - anitiibsittes of a'-largo' Jp*ortibh of t;lho r'Irisfi population; pnring'the: ; Jime'tlio illutninaiibn-'was^lit'- Tip 'Oil-TSesday ! evening^ st- numb er of : 'Boy s; 'an XL youn'g F jnen ooHuoted in front -of- the hall and made: sarcastic remarks-'on.the rBubjecti.of-iithai;paintiog(;j.ipfte ? flr ' tff,-)!/i,pf-.-th^j;?...

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THE ALEXANDRA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE ALEXANDRA; DIGGINGS. ;u;Jii..tUi9 number. ws/gjLyftitso.; views ipf l&iexi- a)a4i-ji-5tme of the.^ewiiu'gliqfi m^cjt^alked #|,lftiely r-B.nfl. iudeqd ,' .^.i^ipst.., j)j-c-^i^ip'g of «heni.':',V T£e ito.vvnsliib'.'' wLiclii is l-ctn-eseriterf oii Wage i2-.i.s,:^n '$l.vo Gpulburii, twentyjmiies from $£fii-, ^JiiiiBKi^ll'^iiow townsliip8,; it ^consists ghie(ly. ot^piilbliojiiouses nnfl stores, .aifc?SiUse lus^u'tteinptiiij^.^ state what the pbpqlajtipn.is, jfujtjj-. is;daj|^.,r.^eiving acqes-ipn,3. ? tjife 9«J^Ut patj|on i? .jninto'^*, . of cbursejKeit,her in. ..^uprjt.? flr.alluyiol^ypiilsings., We belfgyd^th'ai payftble n}l^^i.,grpuud yhas not be^ri |ound.jtp .any gre,a.t extent^;, {her.e .are a fe.v?fe|)atchps,;Jibw syg&ia«$ on? Qf'v.the .bestx'.offlji^ni: 0^3 .ropre ^iftef|'. ohtli.Q,tl^j,li pagej ,in ti^e £(££};$ oft^ie Pifjliiii'?,.. ' ;^i%.x«ispbot; tO;quai'|z. reefs' mnpy J5^3..ble,,/,and :pipii rich leader^,':;, flre.ib'eipg ?pp^nec}/.:,up; , :, ^WPPgv.ith...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

^vsmmems^gsmmmgB.^ VESSELS AHT1IVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPABTUJRE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL NOVLMBfcll 29 Olavmoie, barquo, 287 tons, T. HaJdon, from Mauritius Joshua Brothers, agents. 29 Isabolla, bng, 256 tons, H Muokersey, from Hong Kong. Boyd and Cuirio, agonts SO. Jeanme Oswald, barque, 212 tons, Thomas Dsvine, fiom Batavia S. R and C. Grqora, agents. ^ Decembui ?., . .- 1. Glee. Maidon, ship, 1305 tons, E Powell, from^the Downs. Diokspn) Williams and Co , anonts ~ Sj ' 1. St Mare; French barque, 262 tons, J. Cavero, r fi ora Mauritius. (X Tondeur^ apd Co , agents. v ?c~~£_j 3 Sauton, barque/ 510 tbns,^ Wm Bulmanno, ?- frbm Calcutta Lonmef, Mai wood and Rome, agents. ~~ ^ 3 W^aihawk, s , 50 tons, N. Heath, from Lon don, via flyinouth. -Roid, Poole and Co., Jl' agonfs - _,''-' - ► 7. lleeflator, ship, 1068 -bocs, ThomaB Stewart, from... London via- Plymouth. Do Pass BrothorsTandj0o , agonts 9 Austrahnd/ Baiqno, -4.£2 tons, A Bairaok, from Victoria, Vancouver's Island....

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

NEW ZEALAND. 'Waikato advices report the King Natives quiet; :but armed. '... '^'Prince1 4Alfred has been visiting the East Coast:ii^i / . ' '?' '?? ; ^'-Accounts from Napier state that Urewera has1, surtendered: '''THy^MoJories, at Chineumira threaten an outttreaklvi ''-?.'' . ??:?.': oitTlie^'cptton-picking this season has beon satisfactory. ' .?;'?» ^'fe^riniii',' who came in a whaleboat, killed and'Ga^ifour Fijians at Manuna. - ''A'pUrty 'of twenty Solomon Islanders aj)r scohded'*f.rom the plantations. ,! ^°jji^eiiigence has been received from Fiji to the ilOfch December. I: liTh'e1 Natives of Sano Island took and eat thie'e' men belonging to tho Wild Duck. fc)ia?]je.':i Waikato natives are in a very, un settled condition, and have their i horses tethfered' ready for action. . ?;*'The O'cutter Spartan,' of Melbourne, has bee'ii! wrecked. The wreck has been sold for £2lP' v.-r..- . ? . ? ? ' ' €'-The Government have sent native envoys'' ?? to 'the Maori King, ? demanding co-opera...

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